Beckham off to Chelsea

by Sam Peoples

david-beckham-youngDavid Beckham was spotted at Chelsea’s Cobham training centre this week to watch his son Brooklyn have a trial to join their academy.

After a successful trial, Brooklyn is expected to soon be joining the Chelsea academy and although it is a shame not to have a young Beckham joining up with Carrington, it is good to see the Beckhams back in England now that David has seen his contract with LA Galaxy run out.

An insider said: ‘Brooklyn is like any teenager with an ambition to be a footballer. He has just returned to England and wanted to see how he fared.”

Yesterday, it was appropriate to see Beckham back seeing as it was the 20th anniversary of Beckham joining United and see his son start his path into Premier League football. Although, it isn’t as satisfying as seeing a young Beckham walking into Carrington.

Beckham will always be fondly remembered as one of the greatest #7’s that the club has had alongside George Best and Cristiano Ronaldo. I still don’t think there has been a better crosser in the Premier League and United could really do with a reliable crosser these days.

Best of luck to Brooklyn at Chelsea. Although, he needs to watch out for air rifles in Cobham now that Ashley Cole has signed a new contract.

 

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4 comments

Zarf 01/25/2013 - 20:32

am a bit amused seeing brooklyn have a trial at cobham…luckily Adedejo answers my question…hehe i dont think david have a stomach watching his kid playing first team football in the rentboys shirt IMO 😛

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Phillipson 01/24/2013 - 19:43

Yes, it would have be a shame to bekm,if he could nt produce bekam jnr ,is a grate achivement an i m happy for brook ,God we so favour u an promote u to d highest level,goodluck

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chynko 01/24/2013 - 10:50

Its rare 4 father & son 2 be in the game bt nice….. Beckham is A man utd legend I dont knw y his son decide 2 join chelsea

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Adedejo 01/24/2013 - 22:21

Brooklyn joined Chelsea because of the ruling regarding the signing of players under the age of 15. They are only allowed to play for a club in the area local to where they live. If he is any good in a few years, expect Becks to get him shifted to United!

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